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    Re: Game of Thrones on HBO

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie5632 View Post
    Could Peter Dinklage be any more amazing!??!
    He really evoked some emotion in the trial scenes. Truly great acting on his part. Im very nervous about him or Jaime in the upcoming episode tho.
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    I've just watched Tyrion's tirade for at least the 10th time, and it still gets better with each viewing.
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    Oh, the look on Tyrion's face when Prince Oberyn stepped up to be his champion. I was grinning like an idiot. But can he take down the Mountain?

    And I think I love Littlefinger for what he did. The shove, not the creepy kiss.
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    The build up in the conversation between Tyrion and Oberyn was fantastic! I don't remember having a particular affinity for Oberyn when I read the books, but I'm really liking Oberyn on the show!!

    I'm also really enjoying the great job they are doing with the Hound/Arya story line.

    I have to admit I was kind of skeeved out by the scene with Daenerys telling Daario to get rid of his clothes. I have a hard time forgetting how old the character is supposed to be in the books. I'm also not warming up to this Daario replacement.

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    Re: Game of Thrones on HBO

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    I'm also not warming up to this Daario replacement.
    I prefer the actor they had playing him before. This guy doesn't do much for me.
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    Maybe this actor isn't as pretty as the original one, but I sure enjoyed the rear view

    Get ready, 'cause the rest of the season is going to be BANANAS! I can't wait!
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    I'm also really enjoying the great job they are doing with the Hound/Arya story line.
    My gf and I were saying the same thing. I really like how they interact.
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    As he does every year, my husband let out his "NNOOOOO I CAN'T WAIT TWO WEEKS!!!" as he perpetually forgets they skip Memorial Day. I'm usually right there with him, but after reading the books this off-season, I was able to say "you're going to need the break so you can have the best chance possible to be ready for what's coming and the ride you're about to go on!!" I really thought reading the books might dampen the show, but it has only enhanced it for me. I spend these ten weekends wishing them away/waiting for Sunday nights!!
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    Leaked list of (at least some) new characters for season five: The Characters In 'Game of Thrones' Season 5 Have Been Leaked

    Super excited about
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    The Sand Snakes!
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    Re: Game of Thrones on HBO

    Peter Dinklage sums up GOT for someone who's never seen it (in 45 seconds):
    “Stabby, stabby, stabby, stabby, sexy, sexy, sexy, stabby, stabby, stabby, beautiful beautiful language and beautiful scenes of poetry and musings on the world as we know it in King’s Landing. A couple of jokes. Then more stabby stabby….”
    Peter Dinklage Perfectly Describes 'Game Of Thrones'
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